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    Texas pool owners - North Texas in particular regarding electric companies

    Hi all,

    I'm new and moving into a home with about a 25k gallon pool that's equipped with a single speed pentair challenger (model not sure) and
    with the de-regulation of electricity I'm trying to make the best choice when it comes to electric providers. I'm moving to Plano and there are
    literally dozens of choices and tons of plans. Any suggestions?? Trying to be careful with the pump usage and all.

    Thanks,

    Rob (in Plano)

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    Re: Texas pool owners - North Texas in particular regarding electric companies

    Check out Spark.

    I assume you have looked at the website where you can compare the electric rates.
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    Re: Texas pool owners - North Texas in particular regarding electric companies

    All electricity in the area is generated by Luminant and delivered by Oncor. The people who bill you are retailers only so go with the best deal and easiest to deal with.
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    Re: Texas pool owners - North Texas in particular regarding electric companies

    Thanks all! I ended up with Gexa at 7.4c Kwh, which is WAY lower than what I've been paying in Frisco, TX at around 11.4c!

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